The M0 is a phenomenal device for both its size and price, and if you’re not a super serious audiophile and you don’t have or want to be carrying around a gigantic music library, then the M0 is a superb choice.
Sonically it’s not perfect, but the FH5 is nevertheless FiiO's best IEM to date. The build quality alone is worthy of a price-tag higher than $250.
The AK70 MKII is somewhat of a pricey device, but it is also a very complete device. It feels reliable and dependant and when you hold and use the device you get a real sense of it being a quality-designed and constructed device
The Ananda offers somewhat of a similar sound signature to the Sundara, but does offer some sonic improvements and an aesthetic design that is more in-line with HiFiMAN's more premium offerings.
where we start to see the value of the RX100 VI emerge is when we consider it as a “do-it-all” camera. It truly is a jack of all trades.
If you want a genuinely great-sounding system but all you require to complete that system is a high quality standalone DAC, then the Qutest could be a very good choice. But the lack of a headphone output and other analogue circuitry does limit the versatility of the product.
If you’re looking for a pair of headphones that sound relatively decent, and you’ll only occasionally use the wireless or noise cancellation features, then the ANC700BT may very well make sense to you
The thing that truly does stand out to me about the Nokia 6.1 is that, when you hold the device, $300 feels like money well-spent. Holding it in the hand and navigating through the UI, you don't get the sensation of using a half-baked device. It feels complete, like a quality device should
If you're on the hunt for a a device that has a larger display and an attractively affordable price-tag, the the 7 Plus comes highly recommended.
The M7 is by no means a perfect device, but taking into account what it was designed to be, I honestly do consider it to be the best complete device to have left the FiiO factory.